The Ghost of Lawyering Yet To Come shows Scrooge a possible future where, because lawyers have forgotten what it means to be a professional, have forgotten the public service elements of their calling, and have become too close to the clients they serve, the Government has stripped them of the monopolistic hold they have over the provision of certain legal services. Scrooge sees a world in which anyone can call themselves a lawyer, those providing legal advice are regulated only by consumer services legislation, and there are more and more corporate scandals in which lawyers are said to have been overly creative with their interpretation and use of the law to help clients do whatever they want.
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